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is the same letter. (laughter) our city has got a way better call and response thing. new york! [bleep] yourself. >> for more we go out to wyatt cenac reporting from a secure underground bunker in youngstown, ohio. wyatt, talk about how people in ohio are surviving? is there any way for ohioans to avoid these ads? >> jon, the advertising onslaught here has been devastating. obviously we have taken shelter in this underground bunker but from what i have been hearing on the outside, tragically almost 99% of the population here in ohio still has electricity. it's horrible. >> jon: have authorities said when they might cut power and get some relief to these folks? >> well, they've been promised relief by wednesday, but who knows. i mean electoral college ties, win the popular vote. >> jon: a nightmare scenario, it is a tragic, tragic situation. >> it's not all bad, jon. there is a real sense of community out here amongst the suffering. i mean neighbors are helping neighbors stack sand bags to hold back the campaign ad onslaught. >> jon: all right. >> huddling together around wi-fi dead spo
, the benefit stand up for heroes november 8th in new york city, please welcome back to the program bob woodruff. (cheers and applause) ho are you? >> thank you for clapping. >> thank you for being here. >> that's pretty rare. let me ask you first and foremost. how are doing with the power outages, with the hurricane, are you survivoring, do you have power. >> no, we don't have po we were. they think it might be about two more weeks is what i heard. they said between a couple days or two weeks. >> we have, look how many flights i have up here. we are-- i'm sitting in the studio, look behind me, look at that. >> are you spoil. >> jon: lock at that screen is like from the museum of natural history. >> they misspelled that one. >> we're at a drive-in. >> jon: well, hopefully things work out. but thank you once again. what a great charity organization this is, how many years now, what is this five? >> this is the sixth year. you have been involved i think most of them. >> jon: it's an excellent-- well you know, obviously the pay is terrific. that's why-- no, it is great. it always strikes me, this i
billion fair capitalist who's been in a natural disaster. >> new york city taxes itself and spends the money to protect us and to have the services that will keep us going and i know of no other city that does that. which always annoys me when they say "oh, you're a high-taxed place." yeah, and we get something for it. >> jon: you think it's cheap to keep the statue of liberty's legs shaved? it's not? (laughter) she's 200 feet tall and she's french. it's a big job! (laughter and applause) my favorite came straight out of new jersey whose governor chris christie kicked crazy ass during the storm. he's been one of mitt romney's most outspoken allies throughout the president's campaign. this is him 12 days ago. >> the president doesn't know how to lead. he's like a man wandering around in a dark room hands up against the wall clutching for the light switch of leadership and he just can't find it and he won't find it until the next 18 days! >> jon: obama couldn't find a stack of old newspapers in an episode of "hoarders" i'm telling you. this guy couldn't find a container at the contai
to tell you something, back where we work at the daily show on the west side of he'll kitchen in new york city, you don't have to go far to see an old man yelling at an inanimate object. (laughter) but rarely is that object on stage at a national political convention. and almost never is that old man oscar winner clint eastwood. (applause) not that romney didn't get a chance to-- you know, i think he talked too. >> we americans have always felt a special kinship with the future. >> jon: yes, yes, we americans uniquely among earth's people, move forward in time. look, i don't-- (laughter) i don't care how many marco's rubio you put in between clint eastwood and mitt romney, romney ain't outshining this little playlet i like to call the old man and the seat. and here's why-- (laughter) it hurts-- here's why it hurts. it hurt these republicans bad because this convention like all conventions is a scripted and focused group fantasy and the display of eastwood's gran torino id was the very thing republicans had constructed the entire week to suppress. this convention was the vision of a perfec
town needs... a coon. from comedy central's world news headquarters in new york, this is the daily show with jon stewart. >> jon: welcome to the daily show. my name is jon stewart. we have a good one for you tonight. my guest mike huckabee of the fox news program huckabee will be on the program. he's clearly landed in the right place for himself in terms of hosting. i just want to tell you very quickly, hurricane sandy relief efforts still slowly but surely advancing. the red cross, fema companies doing a nice job except obviously the power company in long island. [bleep]. it would be a shame if you lost power. but here is the thing about the conditions. it's much worse than you probably understand even from the vivid and horrific nature of the images you've seen. the destruction and devastation. the crazy part some of the hardest hit area are places heavily populated with our first responders. firefighters, police, sanitation, e.m.t.s, all live very heavily in these areas. people we rely on when we are in trouble. the dedication of rescue workers, volunteers has been phenomenal but the
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